While pulling Traceability Report, why are all executions listed when the search is for a version, In the image below the 3 executionslisted are from 3 different versions and all are listed when searched for one Version and Story.
This looks some what out of place.
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Please note that the Versions that the dropdown values take into account is the of "Fix Version" and not "Affects Version".Chances are all the test executions that you are getting listed is having the same Fix version?
I think I was not clear enough in the first post,
Given that : -
- The Test Cycle is associated to a Version,
- Story is associated to a version [from your response Fix Version]
Assumption: Test Case's association to a version should not matter
Now to pull traceability , I select a version and a Story;
From the listed stories I select one and generate traceability from [Requirements --> Tests --> Executions --> Defects]
In the result, Test Cycles from Versions other than the one selected are also displayed.
The scenario is that the Test Case(s) attached to the story are regression cases and were executed in the past for a diffferent story; but pulling a report now should bring up only Test Cycles for selected version.
Please lete me know if this explains the issue.
Thanks for the explanatation
We would recommend you to raise a ticket with our support team so that one of our engineers can contact you and proceed accordingly on this issue as generally all the test executions only in aprticular version should be displayed in Traceability report
Can you sign up to our support site "https://support.getzephyr.com/hc/en-us" and use the option "Submit a Case" to raise ticket with us and one of our engineers would immediately contact you on this?
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